Thursday, March 04, 2010

301 posts! who knew?

...they certainly have been few and far between since little man joined us. I'm trying to increase the blogging time around here...and increase our walks to the lake, hikes in the library woods, splashing in the fountains, and keeping track of his spoken words.

And in the evenings, during naps and in the wee hours of the morning I'm working on these things

Summer Tree. Post sketch, first layer of tree paint


Summer Tree. Second layer of the tree


Summer Tree. final layers on the tree and grass, beginning of the flowers


Summer Tree with first layer of flowers, final tree and leaves, no sky yet

5 comments:

踢人 said...

^^ 謝謝你的分享,祝你生活永遠多彩多姿!........................................

Dawn E. Shepherd Nguyen said...

Hi Celeste! Your tree is wonderful. I love seeing your process for painting....looking forward to seeing on Guemes Island in a few weeks!
Hugs to you,
Dawn

Gwen said...

I love the tree paintings, but I am a tree lover from waaay back!

Catherine Anderson said...

Hi Celeste, Love your blog and also the fact that we have so many friends in common. Couldn't work out how to email you direct but wanted to respond to your request for information about the labyrinth. There are a number of books on the labyrinth which include instructions on how to create a labyrinth, and also some information on the web. Do you know whether you want to create a Chartres Medieval design labyrinth or the classical seven circuit? The website www.labyrinthenterprises.com has some good information on labyrinth building and is a good place to start. Also, as you are in the Bay area veriditas.org is a good connection. Started by Lauren Artress who installed the labyrinth at Grace Cathedral. Let me know if you need further help. You can email me direct. Warmly, Catherine

生氣 said...

Since it is the early worm that gets eaten by the bird, sleep late.............................................